How to Get Ready for the Bright New Light Economy
By 2020, the United States will be in the midst of a massive transition to a new energy economy powered by new sources of energy like solar, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric.
With the help of a few smart, affordable technologies, we can now start building our energy grid to better support our energy needs, with lower electricity bills, lower CO2 emissions, and the ability to create more jobs.
But what are those new sources?
And how do they compare to traditional sources like coal?
Today, we are still seeing many misconceptions about how these new sources work and where they will come from.
This article aims to clear up some of the biggest misconceptions that people have about these new energy sources, and show that they can provide an excellent alternative to fossil fuels.
The Facts First, there is no new coal in the U.S.
A quick look at coal’s history.
Since 1873, coal has been the dominant form of coal in U.C.L.A. and elsewhere in the United Kingdom, but the U